Expedition EVEREST Seating Photos
For those concerned as to whether they'll fit in the turnstiles, seats and harness of the Expedition Everest attraction — click on a photo to see it enlarged!
Big Mama: Large bellied folk, listen up! I'm a 5'9" and 325 pound woman, who looks as if she's 9 months pregnant but is not. I had already made the decision not to ride the new Everest attraction, but took the opportunity to sit in the sample car. Here's the deal: I had plenty of hip and shoulder room, but not one breath of belly room to spare. The bar would have 'clicked' one notch had I been in an operating vehicle, but I'm not sure how my belly would have fared on the ride. Bruised, most likely.
The lap bar on the sample car has a gauge that shows how far down the bar is. If your indicator line gets from the red area, past the black line, and into the green area you are assured your lap belt will get at least one click and you are safe. You may need to stand up and shimmy around, and take note that the cast members will not assist you with the bar (so I was told by several cast members who came to see me not fit in the car LOL).
The sample cars are out of the way, and I did not feel put on the spot whatsoever. Try it out if you aren't sure!